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  1. It is kind of weird to think that women are attracted to a dominant smell. I have heard however that men are attracted to women during their ovulation cycle. It does only make sense, if men were not created to seek out fertile women(who are only fertile for 24 hours on average per month) then I am sure there wouldn’t be as many people here on earth. 😛
    Ultimately, I would still say that body language and personality has a lot to do with attracting females. When a woman instinctively looks for a man she seeks someone who is strong and protective. It is simple biology that women are made to bear children, carry less muscle and built to have smaller frames. To deny basic biology and how we are made and to say that women should be the protectors of men would be absolutely ridiculous. It is not how we are made to be.

  2. Yes, what causes attraction to the dominance male is for more than sexual interest. It can also be based on survival instincts. The dominant is more likely to aggressively take the role of finding food, controlling others around them and defend his mate. Because he’s dominant he’s attracted to submission. So for the security & protection she assumes the role of submissive. I think that is often referred to as Leader / follower. TO modern researcher the terms leader/follower sounds better than Dominant/submissive.

  3. In the distant evolutionary past: In the leader/follower concept, the leader remained in authority because of his natural actions and what he produced for the group he lead. NOT because he was assigned a management position by some corporate management structure. The leader remained in authority because he continued to dominate. If he failed to lead he was replaced sometimes even by assassination. It was serious stuff in those days. lol

    He remained in charge by using such tactics as leading, controlling, managing, rewarding, and punishing. He used his natural leadership skills and intelligence to remain in power. Remind you of anyone??

    This is more like the Master/slave relationship, bdsm, slave training model than a corporate management structure where the manager is not always a natural leader. Often a manager is held in place by structure (organization chart) instead of personal leadership ability. This would never work in long-term slave training or a Master/slave relationship.

    A dominant or leader from the past was chosen from below (followers) to lead or dominate based upon known abilities.

    In business often a manager is appointed to leaded from above (upper management assigned him to lead a group). Not a natural way for a leader to obtain leadership of a group based on evolution. Leadership starts with the followers recognizing his abilities and accepting him based upon his ability and dominance. In a master/slave relationship he is not appointment from above but from below. That is the natural order of dominance and why slave training works.

    Yes, smell may have something to do with attraction and submission but I think visually seeing leadership (dominance) is more likely a factor. Now, the female’s “smell attraction or submission” is more likely to be associated with the smell of an already known dominant. Example (A slave knows the smell of her master and feels her submission/attraction when she smells him.)

    I mean the slave girl smells the known body oder of someone she already knows is dominant based on past experience with him. If she has smelled him before and already feel submissive to him then the smell triggers a feeling of submission or attraction that she already has experienced. The chemical reaction in the brain is based on already being her Master’s slave girl and the emotions of it.

    The smell is already recorded in your brain as belong to a dominant male (her Master). This is likely the prime role of smell in slave training, bdsm, and a Master/slave relationship. It is a trigger.

    Unless there is a natural “dominant smell” that causes a chemical reaction in the female brain then this is more likely the cause of the reaction to a certain male’s smell. BUT who knows, maybe there is one dominant smell but most likely not.

  4. Being all animals,primitives,we have little subconscious control with instinctive tries,turn ons etc,think of cats of prey,lions tigers and such,smell plays a huge role in a very dominant environment.from defense to pleasure,check ur cat or dog out and you will see what i mean,we all have primal receptors that tell the brain what we need.i have experienced this with many females.

  5. Edwards – I agree that smell can and does stimulate strong submissive behavior in your slave. You see and hear about it in slaves very often. It is often incorporated into slave training even if unintentional.

    Many times a slave talks about the “smell of her Master” and how it makes her feel or react. The feelings they describe range from making her feel aroused, submissive, calming and relaxing, at home or even a feeling of being safe. But these feeling are generated indirectly in humans which is far differently than in a wolf pack because of our unique evolution from other animals.

    Man evolved to stand upright and use sight to hunt. Due to the lack of Olfactory, or smell, receptors in humans as compared to many animals that hunt on all four limbs, smell is forced to be less a factor in humans. The hardware is just not there in the human nose like it is in a wolf, bear, cat or whatever to generate data from smells in the brain.

    Stated simply, we just can’t smell as well as wolves so we are unable to have the responses they have. Smell was reduced to a secondary and less useful role by evolution. Since smell in wolves and the pack is so important and keen it would seem natural that it would play more of a prime role in establishing the Pack leader, the Alpha female role and submission of the other females.

    In Humans the primary senses use to gain and keep dominance over a slave is sight, sound and feel. she sees and hears you in the role of her Master and responds as a slave. she only smells you when she is close to you while in a submissive state of mind therefore associating that smell with her master’s dominance by association. Therefore later when she smells you it can stimulate a submissive response all on its own. BUT the first stimulation was caused by sight and sound (and the sense of “feel” if the paddle or hair pulling was used lol.)

    Yes primal urges play a prime role in slave training and domination. No question about it in my mind. But senses work in the order of their importance to the species. With the Human species sight is king.

    Therefore in slave training the primary senses you put attention on are sight first, sound second and feel third. Smell is affected as a result of the bombardment of sight, sound and feel.

    When using hypnosis in slave training you often talk about 1) imagination it , 2) see something, or 3) hear it 4) feel it but don’t often ask them to smell or taste it. If it were possible to hypnotize a wolf you’d first make a hypnotic suggestion to him to smell what you wanted to implant in his mind instead of see it.

    NOTE: although not the major “sense” when added to the mix “feeling” can cause the most powerful reactions (hair pulling, spanking, rope bondage and so on) .

  6. Very interesting topic and thanks @Cuffsmaster for sharing the link to the full article not just the abstract. His slave in her efforts to examine and become more “primal” in nature for her Sir, this discussion brings some insight into Dominance/submission and instinctual triggers or mating preferences.

    From my personal experience as a female attracted to dominant, powerful or domineering men, this slave is not aware of scent being an initial attractor. If this is the case it’s purely instinctual and something of which this slave was unaware.

    However, now His slave has been known to identify when her Sir walked into the room during service by his scent when she could not see or hear him. Her owner has conditioned her to his scent by requiring his slave to sniff and inhale him, (Sir is always clean and well prepared within slave’s presence.) his undergarments at times before and during service, and his seed when it is ingested.

    @Cuffsmaster writes

    “I mean the slave girl smells the known body oder of someone she already knows is dominant based on past experience with him. If she has smelled him before and already feel submissive to him then the smell triggers a feeling of submission or attraction that she already has experienced. The chemical reaction in the brain is based on already being her Master’s slave girl and the emotions of it.

    The smell is already recorded in your brain as belong to a dominant male (her Master). This is likely the prime role of smell in slave training, bdsm, and a Master/slave relationship. It is a trigger.”

    This would prove to be true in His slave’s experience. She now knows her Sir’s clean scent and it triggers her as does the sight and especially sound of him. This is comforting as well not entirely just sexual arousing. Much like a baby being comforted to sleep with a blanket or something that has the mother’s scent.

    @Cuffsmaster also says “Unless there is a natural “dominant smell” that causes a chemical reaction in the female brain then this is more likely the cause of the reaction to a certain male’s smell. BUT who knows, maybe there is one dominant smell but most likely not.”

    His slave would love identify this scent to go into the lab and replicate it for profit, although this may affect the natural order of things if sissies wearing this Dominant scent suddenly were having submissives kneeling at their feet.

  7. @His_slave Great reply and I believe you have hit the heart of the concept. 🙂 Thanks for replying.

    If you ID that scent, I want to sell my house and invest all my assets into your company. In 24 hours I’d have my money back 🙂

  8. Thank you @Cuffsmaster for your praise. It is indeed an interesting part of slave training. This slave is not sold on the findings in the article although there is some research on pheromones out there and the fact that the females in the study response varied with cycle, reproductive and relationship status is highly likely. This has been seen in other studies (although unrelated to BDSM) regarding hormonal based birth control and it’s effect on female’s marriage and reproductive partner choices.

    As far as replicating and bottling the “Dominant” scent, it would make for fun research having numerous dominant men for test subjects. 😉
    Yes, indeed, your investment would be recouped over night. With what people pay now for colognes, can you imagine the price tag on such a scent?

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